Offset, member of Atlanta rap group Migos, was released from jail on Friday, Dec. 4. Offset was given five years probation, a $1000 fine and banishment from Ogeechee County.
Offset told Mark Winne of WSBTV that being in jail this time around was worse than any other time because he was “doing something right” with himself before he was incarcerated.
“I had success going on,” he said.
Offset, a convicted felon, was arrested after police nabbed him and fellow bandmates Quavo and TakeOff for possession of drugs and guns during their April performance at Georgia Southern University.
The trio were arrested on felony possession of cocaine, Oxycontin and codeine plus charges of carrying a loaded weapon in a school zone, according to TMZ.
Offset denied the marijuana, lean and guns belonging to him.
Offset took a plea deal for rioting in a penal institution after he was filmed kicking another inmate in the head.
Offset, 24, was reportedly charged with battery and causing a riot in a penal institution after a fight in the Bulloch County jail, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The violent incident was captured on video.
Offset was baffled after learning he was banished from Ogeechee County.
“That something like if a terrorist come over here,” he said.
Offset said his incarceration opened his eyes to the bigger picture.
“I went to talking to G-d to see what answers he would give me. Probably need to work on my character. G-d just wanted to protect me from getting hurt or injured.”
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